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Archives: June 2020

  • Potential Novel Treatments for Triple-Negative Breast Cancer

    June 15, 2020
    Choice Cancer Care highlights the potential new treatments that will transform triple-negative breast cancer therapy. Southlake, TX – June 15, 2020–Triple-negative breast cancer does not have estrogen or progesterone receptors or much of HER2 protein. That's why its treatment options are limited. Chemotherapy is the standard systemic treatment option for triple-negative breast cancer. However, the disease tends to recur more...read more
  • Effects of Processed Meats on Cancer Risk

    A lot of knowledge about cancer is available on the internet, but people still are looking for answers on which foods can help reduce their risk. Some research projects have confirmed some foods that may reduce your risk for cancer, while other foods have no evidence to back up their impact on cancer risk. For example, sugar is perceived to...read more
  • FDA Approves Chemo-Free Combination Drugs for Lung Cancer

    The FDA has approved a combination of drugs as first-line treatment for lung cancer. The combo includes ipilimumab (Yervoy, Bristol-Myers Squibb) and nivolumab (Opdivo, Bristol-Myers Squibb), which can treat patients with metastatic non-small cell lung cancer with tumors that express PD-LI (≥ 1%). The drugs are limited to lung cancer patients without the epidermal growth factor receptor or anaplastic...read more
  • The Connection between Colorectal Cancer and Blood Infections

    According to new research, there’s a link between blood infections and colorectal cancer. The infections are caused by anaerobic bacteria in the blood. Certain blood infections increase your risk of developing colorectal cancer. The study is designed to help doctors to effectively screen patients for colorectal cancer. Risk factors for colorectal cancer include age, genetic syndromes, family history of the...read more

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